Residence Inn Salt Lake City Cottonwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Julia: The day started great at session when the voting equipment wasn't working so all the girls got on stage and we started a singalong. At GSLI, I got very passionate about my topic and finished my planning sheet. I loved going to the planetarium and being able to hang out with other girls. I had a lot of fun at the dance and was bummed that we left early, but that's okay. So far, today has probably been the best.
Today was going to be the longest drive of the trip. Accordingly, we left our cabin early in the morning (around 6am) just to find out that we didn't have any ice scrapers with us which is pretty bad when all the car windows are covered with a thick layer of ice. :P
After we managed to get our car ice free, we headed towards the South entrance of the park. As the road was closed between Old Faithful and West Thumb due to winter road ...
... drive has either been new, or going back to an exciting place, this was neither. Ni opted to read her book pretty much the whole drive leaving me to listen to a combination of Star Wars music and the latest in Country music.
The only thing of note was at one of our rest stops there was a walk called Hells Half Acre which took you around some basaltic lava flows from an eruption about 4000 years ago, so I donned my geology ...
... By the time they came to pick us up Scott was upright. We were able to find an incredible bike shop. He had tires and fixed Scotts' gears. Scott had bent the derailleur when he ran into me back in Missouri. He had to stop at the bottom of some hills to manually put his chain into low. No wonder he stroked out. Scott told Mike at the bike shop how difficult we found Kentucky to be. He said, "everyone thinks they can ride 60 miles a day through Kentucky, ya just can't". ...
Spent the day shopping for friends.
Abercrombie and Fitch is really popular in Korea so we picked up a whole bunch of stuff and headed to the post office to figure out how to ship things back. Also there is Korean customs tax we need to avoid so we can only buy so much or split the clothes into different packages. Still figuring it out.
A day for friends today.